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Pacific Scoreboard: Jan. 20, 2018

Matthew C. Perry's Mason Graydon gains the upper hand on Robert D. Edgren's Cody Guy in the 141-148-pound final bout during Saturday's Perry Invitational Tournament. Graydon won the bout and the weight class, while Guy took second.

LILY SCHESSER/SPECIAL TO STRIPES

By STARS AND STRIPES Published: January 20, 2018

High school

Wrestling

South Korea

Saturday at Cheonan
103-110 — Maxwell Harding, Seoul American, dec. Aiden Rivera, Humphreys, 6-2.
117 — Ty White, Seoul, dec. Sam Lister, Humphreys, 8-2.
124-131 — Kojiro VanHoose, Osan, tech. Dillon Rix, Humphreys.
137-143 — Jacob Berry, Daegu, tech. Parker Torgersen, Humphreys.
148 — YoSeop Lim, Korean HS, dec. Marcus Inthavixay, Osan, 10-7.
158 — Devin Rix, Humphreys, tech. Gun Choe, Korean HS.
170-180 — Amon Manville, Seoul, dec. Erich Gries, Humphreys, 10-4.
182-215 — Brenton Carver, Seoul, dec. Seok Yong Lee, Korean HS, 11-7.
225-250 — Dae Guen Lee, Korean, HS, dec. Xavier Thorps, Seoul, 7-4.
Elite — Hunter Lane, Daegu, tech. Won Jae Yoo, Korean HS.

Japan

Kanto Plain Association of Secondary Schools finals
Saturday at St. Mary’s
St. Mary’s 94, Nile C. Kinnick 91, Yokota 60, American School In Japan 41, Christian Academy Japan 17, Zama 8
101 —
1, Caleb Heino, Yokota; 2, Jasjot Bedi, St. Mary’s; 3, John Lanzilotta.
108 — 1, Eiji Kasahara, St. Mary’s; 2, Joe Frazier, CAJ; 3, Chris DeGrella, Yokota; 4, Jefre Arceo, Kinnick.
115 — 1, Jordan Van Druff, CAJ; 2, Harold Mancia, St. Mary’s; 3, Ira Kadet, ASIJ; 4, Kaiden Meyer, Yokota.
122 — 1, Tatsuhito Matsumoto, St. Mary’s; 2, Jordan Smith, Kinnick; 3, Matthew Araki, Zama; 4, Joey DeGrella, Yokota.
129 — 1, Lucas Wirth, Kinnick; 2, Rio Lemkuil, St. Mary’s; 3, Egan Sadler, ASIJ; 4, Ramil Celones, Yokota.
135 — 1, Devoney Stanley, Kinnick; 2, Dai Matsumoto, St. Mary’s; 3, Kyle Easterwood, Yokota; 4, Eligh Cabe, Zama.
141 — 1, Rin Zoot, ASIJ; 2, Jihoon Seo, St. Mary’s; 3, Mason Smith, Kinnick; 4, Gabriel Aragon, Yokota.
148 — 1, Jacob Castro, Kinnick; 2, Nishant Chanda, St. Mary’s; 3, James O’Grady, Yokota; 4, Kieran Keil, ASIJ.
158 — 1, Darius Swenson, Kinnick; 2, Ryo Sawa, St. Mary’s; 3, Austin Hawthorne, Yokota; 4, Liam Keil, ASIJ.
168 — 1, Austin Koslow, St. Mary’s; 2, Kameron Leon Guerrero, Kinnick; 3, Zenon Sadler, ASIJ.
180 — 1, Alex Patton, St. Mary’s; 2, Tyler Ryer, Kinnick; 3, Austin Fisher, Yokota; 4, Dani Rahman, ASIJ.
215 — 1, Chris Mason, Kinnick; 2, Noah Dobberfuhl, ASIJ; 3, Nilay Hingarh, St. Mary’s; 4, Cameron Ewens, Yokota.
Heavyweight — 1, Jalen Harrison, Yokota; 2, Cameron Joley, Kinnick.

Matthew C. Perry Invitational
Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni
Girls — 1, Erina Yoshioka, Tabuse; 2, Shiori Yoshioka, Tabuse.
Lightweight — 1, Brad Ponsiano, MCP; 2, Drew Swenson, Edgren.
129 — 1, Raphael Gomez, Edgren; 2, Hayate Urakami, Tabuse.
135 — 1, Yuto Nagaoka, Tabuse; 2, Chikara Yamagata, Tabuse.
141-148 — 1, Mason Graydon, MCP; 2, Cody Guy, Edgren.
156-168 — 1, Andrew Borrero, MCP; 2, Mahiro Fujii, Tabuse.
180-215 — 1, Keigo Marita, Tabuse; 2, Jason Dudley, Edgren.
Heavyweight — 1, Marshall China, MCP; 2, Kenta Okimoto, Tabuse.
 

Basketball

Boys

2nd Kanto Classic Tournament
Saturday at American School In Japan
Single-elimination playoffs
St. Mary’s 46, Robert D. Edgren 38
Eagles
  9 11 10  8 — 38
Titans 15  7 14 10 — 46
Scoring — Titans: Shin Yazawa 16; Eagles: Roman Perez 12, Cyril Yalung 10.

Yokota 49, Zama 36
Trojans 
9  6  6 15-36
Panthers 9 16 14 10 — 49
Scoring — Panthers: Renyck Robertson 16; Trojans: Jeremiah Stewart 9.

Quarterfinals
Kadena 42, St. Mary’s 23
Panthers
11  9  9 13 — 42
Titans    5  8  3  7 — 23
Scoring — Panthers: Montez Young Jr. 10; Titans: JangDae Kang 11.

ASIJ 53, Yokota 44
Panthers 
9  8 16 11 — 44
Mustangs 15 15  8 15 — 53
Scoring — Mustangs: Tyler Evert 26; Panthers: Kishaun Kimble-Brooks 21, Robertson 18.

Kubasaki 58, CAJ 47
Dragons
18 18 17  5 — 58
Knights 11 17  6 13 — 47
Scoring — Dragons: Elonzo Higginson III 16, Jonathan Baker 15, Ilijah Washington 11; Knights: Enosh Mutenda 12. Noteworthy — Baker scored 11 third-quarter points, Washington seven first-quarter points and Higginson nine second-quarter points.

Kinnick 96, American School of Doha 45
Red Devils
26 24 21 25 — 96
Dragons     5  6 23 11 — 45
Scoring — Red Devils: Kedrick Stockman 24, Davion Roberts 23; Dragons: Carter Townsend 14, Nathan Leuranguer 14.

Semifinals
Kubasaki 47, Kadena 39
Panthers
10  7 10 12 — 39
Dragons   0 14 18 15 — 47
Scoring — Dragons: Higginson 14, Washington 14; Panthers: Young 19.

ASIJ 57, Kinnick 43
Red Devils
14  5 14 10 — 43
Mustangs   20 12  7 18 — 57
Scoring — Mustangs: Koki Wiley 22, Evert 19; Red Devils: Roberts 14, Stockman 12, Gage Henderson 10. Noteworthy — Wiley scores 12 fourth-quarter points.

Third-place game
Kinnick 60, Kadena 35
Red Devils
21 14 11 14 — 60
Panthers   11  6  3 15 — 35
Scoring — Red Devils: Roberts 22, Stockman 12; Panthers: Owen Sinning 8. Noteworthy — Roberts scored 11 first-quarter points.

Championship
ASIJ 55, Kubasaki 33
Mustangs
16 10 14 15 — 55
Dragons   4  5 14 10 — 33
Scoring — Mustangs: Evert 16; Dragons: Higginson 7.

Awards
Player of the Tournament —
Evert.
All-Tournament team — ASIJ: Wiley, Evert, Oliver Rogers; Kubasaki: Washington, Higginson; Kadena: Young; Yokota: Robertson; Kinnick: Roberts; AS Doha: Seif Nabulsi; CAJ: Takara Nishizaki; St. Mary’s: Nicolas Popov.

South Korea

Humphreys 75, Osan 37
Saturday at Osan Air Base
Blackhawks 20 18 17 20 — 75
Cougars     7  6 13  9 — 37
Scoring — Blackhawks: Jalen Hill 29, Brice Bulotovich 20. Rebounding — Blackhawks: Quintin Metcalf 11, Hill 11, Bulotovich 5. Assists — Blackhawks: Bulotovich 7. Steals — Blackhawks: Bulotovich 7, Hill 5.

Yongsan 57, Daegu 39
Saturday at Camp Walker
Guardians 13 11 15 18 — 57
Warriors  12 10  9  8 — 39
Scoring — Guardians: Nathan Moyers 22; Warriors: Bishop Fields 18, Brandon Huffman 12. Rebounding — Warriors: Field 6, Jack Zimmer 6.

Seoul Foreign 56, Taejon Christian 40
Crusaders
11 20 12 13 — 56
Dragons   17  6  6 11 — 40
Scoring — Crusaders: Jonah Meyer 22.

Japan

Western Japan Athletic Association Tournament
Saturday at Osaka
Semifinal
E.J. King 75, Yokohama 47
Dragons
13 14 13  7 — 47
Cobras  23 36  6 10 — 75
Scoring — Cobras: Dyson Robinson 20, Sidney Parks 17.

Championship
King 66, Canadian Academy 57
Falcons
16 10 12 19 — 57
Cobras  18 14 14 20 — 66
Scoring — Cobras: Robinson 25, Elijah Dannel 16, Parks 14. Noteworthy — Cobras captured their second WJAA Tournament title in as many seasons.

Consolation
Yokohama 49, Matthew C. Perry 47
Dragons
8 10 21 10 — 49
Samurai 0 16 21 10 — 47
Scoring — Samurai: Kapili Gleason 18, Jonathan Armijo 11.

Fifth-place game
Senri-Osaka 29, Perry 21
Samurai
5  7  4  5 — 21
Sabres  5  5  9 10 — 29
Scoring — Samurai: Gleason 12.

Girls

2nd Kanto Classic Tournament
Saturday at American School In Japan
Single-elimination playoffs
CAJ 29, AS Doha 24
Dragons
7  4 10  3 — 24
Knights 8  6  4 11 — 29
Scoring — Knights: Erika Fleming 16; Dragons: Gaby Adams 7.

Kadena 42, Kubasaki 17
Panthers
17 10 11  4 — 42
Dragons   7  5  4  1 — 17
Scoring — Panthers: Rhamsey Wyche 13; Dragons: Urara Williams 9.

Quarterfinals
Academy of Our Lady of Guam 42, ASIJ 29
Mustangs
3 12  2 12 — 29
Cougars 12 12  8 10 — 42
Scoring — Cougars: Mia San Nicolas 14, Kirsten Silva 13; Mustangs: Sasha Sasanuma 12. Noteworthy — Silva hit three three-point goals.

Kinnick 42, Seisen 31
Red Devils
8 15 14  5 — 42
Phoenix    8  6  4 13 — 31
Scoring — Red Devils: Annalicia Santos 10; Phoenix: Sarah Atanacio 6.

Yokota 45, CAJ 24
Panthers
15 10 17  3 — 45
Knights   6  1  2 15 — 24
Scoring — Panthers: Britney Bailey 19; Knights: Reiko Tsuji 13. Noteworthy — Tsuji scored nine fourth-quarter points.

Kadena 43, Edgren 32
Panthers
12 17  4 10 — 43
Eagles   15  8  0  9 — 32
Scoring — Panthers: Wyche 18, Atirria Simms 17; Eagles: Karen Anastos 11. Noteworthy — Wyche hit four three-point goals; Anastos had seven first-quarter points.

Semifinals
Kadena 45, Kinnick 32
Red Devils
2 13 13  4 — 32
Panthers  13  9 11 12 — 45
Scoring — Panthers: Wyche 18; Red Devils: Jade McGinnis 12, Dallas Carter 11. Noteworthy — Wyche hit four three-point goals.

AOLG 43, Yokota 29
Panthers
6  5 11  7 — 29
Cougars  8  8  9 18 — 43
Scoring — Cougars: San Nicolas 23, Silva 11; Panthers: Bailey 15.

Third-place game
Kinnick 40, Yokota 22
Red Devils
12  6 14  8 — 40
Panthers    4  6  7  5 — 22
Scoring — Red Devils: Carter 18; Panthers: Bailey 14. Noteworthy — Carter had eight first-quarter points.

Championship
Kadena 45, AOLG 35
Panthers
9 13 12 11 — 45
Cougars 14  8  7  6 — 35
Scoring — Panthers: Wyche 22; Cougars: San Nicolas 14. Noteworthy — Wyche hit four three-point goals, giving her 12 for the day.

Awards
Player of the Tournament —
Wyche.
All-Tournament team — Kadena: Wyche, Isabel Tayag, Simms; AOLG: San Nicolas, Silva; Seisen: Amanda Wood; Yokota: Bailey; Kinnick: Carter: ASIJ: Erin Chang.

South Korea

Osan 40, Humphreys 22
Saturday at Osan Air Base
Blackhawks 6  3  2 11 — 22
Cougars   12 12 11  5 — 40
Scoring — Cougars: Maja Inthavixay 9, Lizzy White 9, Alexis Rosenthal 9, Christina Hoff 9; Blackhawks: Sydney Wilson 11. Rebounding — Blackhawks: Wilson 12. Steals — Blackhawks: Wilson 7.

Yongsan 44, Daegu 40
Guardians
8 13  9 14 — 44
Warriors  8 10 10 12 — 40
Scoring — Warriors: DaiJa Turner 18, Bethani Newbold 16.

Taejon Christian 26, Seoul Foreign 6
Saturday at Daejeon
Crusaders 0  1  0  5 — 6
Dragons   2 11  4  9 — 26

Japan

Western Japan Athletic Association Tournament
Saturday at Kobe
Semifinal
King 60, Yokohama 18
Dragons
4  6  2  6 — 18
Cobras 14 18 13 15 — 60
Scoring — Cobras: Gabi Shultz 24, Claire May 15, Zanitta Boyd 10.

Championship
King 54, St. Maur 26
Cougars
9  6  6  5 — 26
Cobras 17 10 13 14 — 54
Scoring — Cobrfas: Boyd 17, May 12, Shultz 12, Anna Small 11.

Consolation
Senri-Osaka 47, Perry 16

Quarter splits not available.

Fifth-place game
Canadian Academy 45, Perry 43

Quarter splits not available. Scoring — Samurai: Madison Swieczkowski 23, Tarina Smith 11.

Matthew C. Perry's Andrew Borrero tosses Mahiro Fujii of Tabuse High School to the mat in the 156-168-pound final bout during Saturday's Perry Invitational Tournament. Borrero beat Fujii and won the weight class, while Fujii took second.
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